While really focusing on a patient can be exceptionally fulfilling, it additionally includes numerous stressors. What’s more, since providing care is frequently a drawn-out test, the enthusiastic effect can snowball after some time. On the off chance that the pressure of providing care is left unchecked, it can negatively affect your wellbeing, connections, and perspective—in…

The postpartum or mother-baby nurse is tasked with caring for both mother and newborn baby once a birth has taken place. This nurse utilizes a strong set of skills to recognize and act upon postpartum emergencies for both patients. The postpartum nurse appreciates a busy working environment and the challenge of quickly detecting complications from…

An otorhinolaryngology nurse – also known as an ear, nose and throat nurse – cares for patients with diseases or injuries of the ear, nose, throat, head or neck. Often referred to as ENT nurses, otorhinolaryngology nurses assist in the treatment of both acute and chronic conditions, including ear infections and allergies, laryngitis, sinusitis, tonsillitis,…

A perianesthesia nurse works with patients that are undergoing or recovering from anesthesia or sedation. There are many levels of care that a perianesthesia nurse may work in or specialize in; these may include preparing patients for surgery or caring for patients that are waking up and recovering from anesthesia. A perianesthesia nurse may also…

Perinatal nurses help care for women and babies throughout pregnancy, birth and postpartum, and usually up until the new baby is around a month old. Perinatal nurses educate their pregnant female patients about their unborn child. One of the largest roles of a perinatal nurse is to teach patients, spouses, and family members methods and…

Plastic surgery nursing is a specialty that focuses on improving the appearance of a part of the body or face. This can be accomplished using invasive (i.e. surgery, lasers, injections) or non-invasive (chemical peel, microdermabrasion, medication) procedures. This role can be similar to an aesthetic/cosmetic nurse, but typically leans more on the side of surgical procedures…

A pediatric endocrinology nurse works with children from birth to age eighteen, treating and managing endocrine disorders. The endocrine system produces hormones that help regulate processes that occur in the body such as breathing, growth, fluid balance, appetite, digestion, weight control and reproduction. The most common endocrine disorder a pediatric endocrinology nurse will treat is…

A parish nurse, also known as a faith community nurse, is a nurse who cares for members of a parish or faith community. They integrate faith and healing to promote wellness within the community they serve. It is a relatively new specialty of nursing, beginning in the 1980s in Chicago. According to the Health Ministries Association,…

The palliative care or hospice nurse provides compassionate care, typically for the terminally ill and those who have little hope of meaningful recovery. This type of nurse has a special interest in creating an environment of pain relief and comfort, and works to promote these aspects of care through the cooperation of friends and/or family….

An orthopaedic nurse helps patients with musculoskeletal issues including broken or fractured bones, arthritis, osteoporosis, joint replacements, and other injuries and diseases. This often includes assisting in orthopaedic surgeries as well as following up during recovery to ensure that patients are properly regaining strength and range of motion. In addition, orthopaedic nurses are trained in…

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